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present. He reported frequent insomnia, worsened during periods of intense gambling and cocaine abuse. He had previously undergone both psychopharmacological (300 mg/die bupropion, 60 mg/die duloxetine, 1,000 mg/die valproate, and 300 mg/die quetiapine
found in 11-year-old boy with a history of childhood absence epilepsy, sleep spindles were distorted 3 years after cessation of his treatment (valproate monotherapy; Kokkinos et al., 2011 ). In this boy, sleep spindles were completely absent throughout